1. The Free Choice for parents to send their child to any school would create a competition for all schools to raise the bar.
2. The core of a Democracy is to give voice to the individual and allow them that voice, but one educational model for all contradicts our core value.
3. There are many communities who cannot send their children to the public schools because of their religious beliefs, we as a country must respect and support that (America is a land that was founded to allow all religions to flourish (your beaten hungry and oppressed) ).
4. The privatization of schools will save the government money ( right now education does not have a strong business model and I believe this is partially due to the government pumping money into failing systems that will always have children because where are you going to send your kids if you do not have money... Thereby always having money to remain afloat and perpetuate mediocre education.
G-d Bless America
P.S I work in the the Public school system.
Parents has also have the right to send their children according to moral and conscience beliefs. Our governments should play a major role of protecting visible minority by protecting and preserving their cultural and identity beliefs. Yes, our government must provide subsides to private school including religious ones that promotes the identity of creeds by families re-directing their school tax support from the public school system.
I believe that parents have the right to choose which school their children attend. It would only be fair for the government to give a private school subsidy equivalent to what would be paid if the child were attending a public school. The parents of children in private school are still required to pay the taxes that fund public schooling.
The government is in the business of education and, often, public schools just don't meet those needs. Private schools can fill those gaps and, for that reason, there is no reason why the government shouldn't subsidize private schools that meet certain criteria, such as being in areas with failing public schools. It's better for the children's education.
Education is a responsibility of state governments. I think that I should be able to go to any school I want to. Not be forced to go to my local city school. The government should attach the money to the child and his parents choose where to put him.
Cause public schools are falling apart, and private schools are already supported by students, private persons and maybe some sponsors! PMost of the people dont have money for private schools, so they send their children to public schools in hope they will learn something, decide what they want to do in their life and maybe see what life really is.
Imagine what would happen if public schools were as good as private schools. Everybody would go to them. There would be equality in education. It would cost more. That would be okay though as the benefits would be greater than the costs. Oh, how would the elite maintain their advantage? Hmm, I guess a few people would not be happy with that.
The Public School system provides the education required to be an American citizen, and in my experience the only people that go to private schools are either rich or religious. The government should be concerned with raising the next generations of young Americans, and that is what public school is there for.
For profit colleges are accepting billions of dollars in federal aid and providing students with knowledge and skills that will not lead to employment opportunities that will allow them to pay back their debt. While the federal government is broke and in debt up to its ears, these schools continue to make the richest one percent of this county even richer. It ought to be a crime.
One of the great things about this country is the promise of a free education. The public education system is important. Private schools often come about in neighborhoods where the public schools are not doing well. Still, I believe that the focus should be on improving public schools, instead of subsidizing private ones. Even if the government does subsidize private schools, public schools will still cater to a number of children in a neighborhood out of necessity. Many private schools that are religious do not cater to all children, and often do not have the resources to take in as many children as in a public school system. For this reason, we should be concentrating on improving the public school system, instead of creating vouchers or other subsidies for private schools.